Do You Have Range ADD?

Have you ever been to the range with more guns than you can carry in your arms in a single trip? Do you switch guns between strings of fire often? Do you shoot the same target for the whole range session or with multiple guns? If so you might have Range ADD. A few weeks… [Continue Reading]

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2013 Reader Survey

Readers of Indestructible Training, it is that time again!  Over a year ago we published a survey soliciting feedback from you, the readers of the blog.  The feedback we got was a huge help, so we’re doing it again. If you can spare a moment please fill out our survey to help us improve your… [Continue Reading]

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Build A Training Support Structure You Can Be Proud Of

What is a training support structure? Your training support structure is the combination of your peers and mentors that help you to progress in your training, maximizing benefits while hopefully minimizing costs. Your support structure might consist of instructors who you train with regularly or periodically, peers you discuss the ups and downs of your… [Continue Reading]

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Why Traditional Martial Arts Are More Valuable Than You Think

For a long time traditional martial arts have had a bad name. People look at karate, especially, and equate it with greed and poor business practices piled on top of horribly ineffective fighting skills. Unfortunately in most cases (at least around where I live) they aren’t seeing some mirage, they are seeing it for what… [Continue Reading]

Traditional martial arts have more value than you think.
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Do You Have Range ADD?

Have you ever been to the range with more guns than you can carry in your arms in a single trip? Do you switch guns between strings of fire often? Do you shoot the same target for the whole range session or with multiple guns? If so you might have Range ADD. A few weeks ago, I went to the range … [Read More...]

Photo credit: yarranz

2013 Reader Survey

Readers of Indestructible Training, it is that time again!  Over a year ago we published a survey soliciting feedback from you, the readers of the blog.  The feedback we got was a huge help, so we're doing it again. If you can spare a moment please fill out our survey to help us improve your … [Read More...]

medium_8755031604 - Copy

Build A Training Support Structure You Can Be Proud Of

What is a training support structure? Your training support structure is the combination of your peers and mentors that help you to progress in your training, maximizing benefits while hopefully minimizing costs. Your support structure might consist of instructors who you train with regularly or … [Read More...]

Traditional martial arts have more value than you think.

Why Traditional Martial Arts Are More Valuable Than You Think

For a long time traditional martial arts have had a bad name. People look at karate, especially, and equate it with greed and poor business practices piled on top of horribly ineffective fighting skills. Unfortunately in most cases (at least around where I live) they aren't seeing some mirage, they … [Read More...]

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How To Carve Out an Ideal Dry-Fire Space In Your Home

I'm a strong proponent of dry-fire. Dry-fire is far cheaper and frankly more effective at developing skills related to shooting than live fire. Spending time at home dry-firing can improve your skills and requires far less time and commitment than heading to the range. The key to being effective … [Read More...]

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After A Long Hiatus… I’m Back

It's been a while since I posted last (a little over 4 months!), but I think I'm back... and hopefully here to stay for a while. The past few months have been crazy. Obligations at my day job ramped up quickly, eating just about every spare moment I had, even going so far as to knock dry-fire and … [Read More...]

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Google Reader Going Dark July 1st

A few months ago google announced that google reader is going offline.  If you keep up with the blog via google reader you are really going to want to switch to a new reader utility before then so you don't experience any interruptions.  Personally I've experimented with both feedly and The Old … [Read More...]

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Do You Train Fight Avoidance Skills?

Recently Dann from the God, Gals, Guns, Grub Blog posted a comment on my post: Can Competition Really Get You Killed?:   Competition is good for developing certain skills, but as for preparation for real life… when the man says, “Shooter ready? … Stand by…” “BEEEEP”… and the shooter … [Read More...]

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Things I Learned At My Last IDPA Match

I have mentioned before and will likely mention again that I think competition definitely has value from a training perspective. Competition itself is not training, but competition can and often will help to pressure test your skills and point out what needs improvement. Last week I shot my first … [Read More...]

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